Simon Fraser comes south to stop the Lights in a non-conference affair
Last updated 10/18/2021 at 8:15am
After some solid play at the end of September, the Montana State University-Northern football team has faced a tough month of October. In their last two Frontier Conference games, the Lights lost by a combined score of 77-13. And even in non-conference play, the Lights struggled on offense as they lost to NCAA Division II Canadian school, Simon Fraser University, 30-3, Saturday at Tilleman Field.
"We make mistakes at the worst times and it puts us in bad situations," MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin said. "Got to finish drives. We were in the red zone seven times and didn't score."